In The Blame Game: A New Era of Affiliate Marketing, Ms. Hirsch addressed the Trump administration’s stance on federal regulatory enforcement, the new threats facing marketers in 2017, and real-world measures that can be taken to help mitigate exposure to liability. “Even if the Trump administration seeks to curb new regulations,” said Ms. Hirsch, State AGs will likely step in to fill any void created in enforcement efforts by federal agencies that may be affected by Trump’s new pro-business policies.”

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Ms. Hirsch, the winner of The Daily Record’s 2016 Leading Women Award, focuses her practice on online marketing and advertising, e-commerce, civil litigation and white collar criminal defense, with a particular emphasis on FTC and State AG enforcement.

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“As the government expands the scope of statutes like RICO, The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and The Money Laundering Control Act in its investigations and prosecutions, white collar defendants are increasingly subject to higher monetary penalties and added jail time,” said Jeff Ifrah, founder of Ifrah Law. “With his senior DOJ perspective on how federal cases are built, investigations pursued and settlements negotiated, Jim brings an additional valued dimension to our strong litigation team.”

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“As the government expands the scope of statutes like RICO, The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and The Money Laundering Control Act in its investigations and prosecutions, white collar defendants are increasingly subject to higher monetary penalties and added jail time,” said Jeff Ifrah, founder of Ifrah Law. “With his senior DOJ perspective on how federal cases are built, investigations pursued and settlements negotiated, Jim brings an additional valued dimension to our strong litigation team.”

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For seven years, Mr. Trusty served in the DOJ’s Criminal Division, where he was ultimately responsible for investigating and prosecuting regional, national, and international cases, supervising significant pleadings and providing strategic and tactical guidance in complex investigations and multi-defendant trials. In addition to running the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) review unit, he also was in charge of establishing and promoting policies focused on immigration reform, firearms trafficking, proposed Congressional testimony for DOJ officials, and Internet gambling. Prior to his work at DOJ, Mr. Trusty served as Assistant U.S. Attorney in Greenbelt, Maryland, where he investigated and prosecuted a wide variety of white collar and other criminal cases, including the Washington area sniper investigation.

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